minims Susan Schmier Engaged Astrologer 9 _Preclictecr ,E.
The mechanical failure that
to Marry David Syme forced
Center Plans PostPurim Festivities
down_ an Israeli helicopter
The Jewish Center invites every-
one age 1 to 120 to the annual Cen-
ter Pprim Adloyada noon to 4 p.m.
Sunday at the Center. Children are
asked to come in costumes.
Purim festivities will include
Grandparent Day, in which child-
ren are invited to bring their bubas
and zadas; a family photo booth;
"Take It or Leave It," a game of
wits; the senior adult gift shop;
and the Omnibus Program for
The Nasharie will be open from
Zan Gilbert noon to 4 p.m. featuring such tra-
ditional delicacies as kugel, knish-
and His ORCHESTRA
es and kishka.
"Distinctive Styling in Musk
Entertainment will be provided
to Your Individual Taste"
by the Golden Age Choral Group
under the direction of Catior Nicho-
las Fenakel, the Harriet Berg
Children Dance , Groups and a
parade of children in costumes.
DHSS ISOSAI4.- SOMBER
Temple Kol Ami will celebrate
Purim with a family Sabbath ser-
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Schmier of
vice at Birmingham Unitarian Lauder Ave. announce the engage-
Church, 7:45 p.m. today. Children ment of their daughter Susan Ann
will be given noise makers. All are to David Lewis Syme, son of Rabbi
welcome.. Kol Ami's religious and Mrs. M. Robert Syme of Park-
school will hold its annual Purim land Dr., Birmingham.
carnival 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at
Miss Schiller is a senior in
the West Bloomfield Middle School. Wayne State University's college
Games, booths and refreshments of education. Mr. Syme is pursuing
are planned. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley a career as a concert pianist.
Wise are co-chairmen.
A May wedding is planned.
Shaarit Haplaytah will hold a Mrs. I. Friedman
Purim ball 9 p.m. Saturday at
Temple Emanu-EL Eric Rosenow Runs '56' Auction
will provide the music, and a tra-
ditilihal holiday meal will be ser-
Mrs. Irving Friedman of West
Bloomfield has been appointed
general chairman of the 1972
Channel 56 Auction by Dan F.
IT POPUIAR - DINANDI
Smith, chairman of the board' of
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Channel 56. The fourth annual TV
fund-raiser is to be held May 7-13.
The week-Iong television sale -
will raise money for Channel 56,
Detroit's only public, not-for-profit
television station. Forbidden by
law to carry commercials, Channel
56 depends on the auction for over
a third of the operating budget
necessary to bring viewers pro-
grams like "Sesame Street" and
"Film Odyssey." Last year, the
auction grossed $338,000, and this
year's goals are higher.
An array of donated products
LAMP& G/FT SHOP
and services will be shown live
on TV by Detroit's leading per-
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sonalities from radio, TV, press,
Formerly of 7 Mile
sports and industry, who act as
auctioneers. Viewers at home
Complete Line of * Lamps * Shades * Tables
watckand bid by phone on items
like to own.
* Gifts * Wall Decorations in every price range
Already tabulated at Auction
Not affiliated with any
Central are a Fiat sports car, a
other Furniture Co.
Interior Decorating Service
mink stole, a sailboat charter and
an antique auto.
Soon, btmdreds of Channel 56
volunteer "go-getters" will be
scouring the area for over a half-
a-million dollars worth of mer-
chandise to be sold to an auction
audience of over a million viewers.
According to Mrs. Friedman, the
auction warehouse will welcome
any donations—new and worth a
minimum of $25. Interested mer-
chants can contact Channel 56
Still Has Some
Auction Central directly (873-7200).
during business hours.
Choice Dates Available
During the past year, Mrs. Fried-
man was responsible for recruiting
in the New & Luxurious .
and scheduling close to 1,500 auc-
The 1972 auction leadership
team includes Mesdames Lloyd
Adelson, Dale Silverberg, Norman
Wachler, Michael Steinberg, Mor :f
ton Herman, Richard Barnett;
Jack Horwitz, Mr. Julian Scott,
Miss Dot Cohn, and Miss Mary
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chairman for the past two
(between Evergreen & Lahser)
auction successes. Mrs. Julian
Scott, director of development for
Channel 56, is staff auction mana-
Also We .Cater for Any Occasions ger.
Minister Golds Meir, Foregin
ister Abba Ebitti Gen. Moshe Day-
carrying Henrly Ford II and Max an and Jerusalem _Mayor Teddy
Fisher was in the stars, according Kollek, The latter presented the
to an astrologer friend of Fisher's two women guests with antique
Mrs. Fisher told a reporter that
before the party of four set off for
Israel, she was told by Cleo Atibirt • geTtree rriltrldi
e4a wts liZt i"
bglh at- :'
to be on the lookout for mechanical
—George -Bernard Shaw.
problems around Feb. 17-18.
On Feb. 18, Ford and Fisher
were in a helicopter over Sinai
when the copter lost the tip of a
rotor blade. The pilot brought the
TINT cowing - $6.95
craft safely to the ground.
On her return, Mrs. Fisher said
the Fords and Fisher
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